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what time they dry up. >> sara: the fight over body cameras will end today. the high ranking boston police officers who have offered to wear them even before a judge makes his decision. >> michael: if you enjoy a glass of tap water when you go to a restaurant, get ready to start having to ask for it first. that and other restrictions the drought is causing in massachusetts second largest city. >> gene: patriots are already without tom could be on the bench for the season opener. the issue surrounding his hamstring injury coming up. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 and good morning on friday morning. i'm gene lavanchy.
it is not going to be the best hair day. >> gene: alert for that. >> shiri: it is humid. hot and sticky and shot sleeves and flip-flops if you have that option and providence, rhode island and going to feel the effects of that and north shore as well, peabody, gloucester, over to haverhill and exeter, new hampshire and heaviest and steadiest it is mostly light rain along the coastline itself and waking up to the 70s, it is 70s, it is really sticky out there. we have also got another round of clouds but not the dense fog we had yesterday, most of the fog is focused from plymouth southward this morning. so anyone traveling in or out of the cape and islands that's where you going to get hardest this morning.
11:00 a.m., 80? drying out here, going to see a little more sunshine here, partly sunny conditions this morning, look at how close to 90 you're getting, highs from 86 to 92. julie grauert on stand by right now with live drive time by traffic tracking the slow spots. >> a little part of 128 northbound near main street -- southbound in lynnfield, earlier accident, process of being cleared out. 93 south starting to see the volume pick u route 16 and route 60. other slow spots, the expressway, heavy, steady volume past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 31 minutes pike eastbound as you approach mass ave. 26 minutes on the expressway. 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. >> gene: 70:00 with it. three massachusetts state troopers are under investigation and suspended without pay. this story we broke last night at fox25 news as fox25 has learned that the troopers, including one lieutenant, were
selection control and operational readiness of all lethal and nonlethal weapons. spokesman tells us an internal investigation is reviewing the transfer of limited number of surplus weapons to a state authorized vendor. the three department members have been suspended without pay indefinitely as the investigation proceeds. we have also learned that the state attorney general will review the findings of the internal investigation to decide on any potential criminal judge will decide whether or not boston police officers will start the body camera pilot program. this has a been a controversial idea and originally not a single officer volunteered. fox25 catherine parrotta is live in boston and, catherine, now high ranking people in the department have stepped up to the plate. >> catherine: first the judge will need to determine if or how the program will begin. that's what we are waiting for this morning. court resumes at 9:00 and at that point we will check in to see the decision from the judge
does hope to begin this body camera pilot program on monday, and as we mentioned, eight top cops in the city will be participating. >> i think the shows the accountability and transparency we want to send. you know those commanders, allow it on the street. >> catherine: on the eve of court decision and legal battle over body cameras william evans says chief and command staff will wear the body cameras but controversy surrounding the issue. >> the first that was cute, that's great, i'm glad they are doing that now. two months after the agreement was made. >> catherine: issue of body cameras has been a heated one, 6-month pilot program was slated to start on september 2nd with officers that volunteered to wear the cameras. when no one stepped forward, a consultant assigned the cameras to 100 officers. the city's largest police union filed a lawsuit two weeks ago saying the move violated their agreement that the program be voluntary.
cameras, union patrick patrick rose applauded the move saying the police has made a positive move forward with this display of leadership by doing what other cities have done and wearing body cameras. but others are meeting atannouncements with cautious optimism including camera she gun edwoo waiting to see how the reality will play out the. >> i'm very happy that they have made this decision, but at the end of the day our community is a bit tired of symbolism. >> body cameras will be useful. in fact, he believes it would have been useful earlier this week. we will explain that more and who volunteered to be a part of the program weeks ago. for now live in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning police are investigating a shooting in worcester. this was the scene on west boylston street around 1:30 this morning. the shooting happened about two hours earlier but you can see
activity. the telegram reports that gun fire hit two men outside of gallagher's pub. both were taken to the hospital. one with a gunshot wound to his leg. the other with unknown injuries. >> gene: fall is around the corner and now drastic messiers to reserve the water supply. michael henrich is live in worcester with some strict new rules for residents in that
that first offense. live in worcester, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: as expected voter turnout was low for primary day in massachusetts. polls were clouded in milton area, a race to replace brian joyce. walter timilty won with 55% of the vote, easily harrington. john lott will be in the november election. there's no republican challenger. earlier this year joyce announced he would not seek another term amid a federal corruption investigation. >> gene: 7:08. the district attorney is explaining why it took six months to bring charges against the driver who crashed into a newton restaurant killing two people. a grand jury indicted brad casler wednesday on three charges, including motor vehicle homicide. he plowed into the sweet tomatoes in march according to police.
case is different and she wanted to get this one right. >> these are complicated situations. we do a full and fair investigation and in these situations it takes a long time. also often dependent on information from other agencies. >> gene: wouldn't say what led her to bring the charges but as fox25 previously reported casler's driving record revealed three at fault accidents in 2010, 2004 and in 1998. new at s this morning. take a look at suv smashes into a convenience store taking out the count and her pinning the clerk underneath a pile of rubble. this happened in clinton which is just east of new haven. there's crash from the outside. see that the suv reverse right into fuel pump barriers and then comes right into the store. police say the driver hit the gas instead of the brake and clerk taken to the hospital but expects to be okay.
four people are dead and at least 47 more hurt after this train derailment in spain. take a look at the aftermath. officials say the train had three cars carrying about 60 passengers. the front car came completely off the tracks and hit a post. the other two cars partially derailed. this all happened near station in parena. this is about 300 miles northwest of madrid. it happened at around 9:30 a.m. local time. right now it is about 1:00 p.m. itis the way. official remain on the scene investigating. >> gene: red sox will face the jays in what is easily the biggest series of the year for both teams. red sox lead the jay's by one game in the division. two days until the kickoff of the patriots kickoff and first is issue of rob gronkowski. he is not a sure thing for
was completely ready to go. >> no, i'm not. week-to-week. with a little hand thing and feeling better everyday and get together and collaborate and see where i'm at. >> gene: so it is the hamstring that's bothering gronk. tom brady will be sitting out four game suspension from the jimmy greenwich park will -- garoppolo will get the start for the pats. it is the first start of the nfl. >> shiri: 74? and really muggy out there, got a lot of clouds as well, perhaps even a couple sprinkles the next couple hours, working way to 77 by 9:00 a.m. keep in mind oppressive humidity today gets better over the
i will time out the weekend showers next. >> sara: disturbing site in boston neighborhood. investigation right now to find out why dozens of birds like this one are falling from trees, dying on the sidewalk. >> gene: suv goes up in flames. item that everyone owes that caused this car to burst into flames. >> sara: national anthem
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>> shiri: billerica and up to lawrence and cape ann and gloucester and rockport with steadier rain and light rain into southern new hampshire, up 93. all the way from salem and pelham through der andry and up through manchester. >> sara: horrific effects of the heroin epidemic. we want to warn pictures are disturbing. police in liverpool, ohio, posting and sharing the images on facebook. it shows a couple passed out in a car with a four-year-old boy in the back seat. they say an officer started following the car after watching it weave through traffic at the roadside. they say it also hit a school bus before coming to a stop. both the men and women were revived using narcan. the boy in the back seat has been placed in protective services. >> gene: starting of the
scandal. it all started with 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick who refused to stand during the national anthem. he says it is a peaceful protest in racial inequality and now hearing an entire team is planning demonstration during the first game on sunday. daniel miller joins us with the growing backlash. >> daniel: as football gets underway, the movement is only picking up steam. before brian marshall took a knee. he is former university of nevada teammate of colin kaepernick. kaepernick made headlines when he refused to stand two weeks ago during the game's final preseason game. he said after the game he is not going to stand up to show pride for country that oppresses black people and people of color. since the initial protest he has gotten support from megan rapno
all of these sparking one local lawmaker to push for change. david dangel has been pushing a bill since 2013 to make professional athletes stand for the national anthem and written alert to the nfl asking for change protocol. >> does mr. kaepernick have a right to do this? yes, he does. do i think it is right? absolutely no the performance of respect with the teams. capper knack plans to protest monday night when the 49ers play the rams, he won't be alone this weekend. according to the seattle times, the seahawks planning a pregame demonstration of unity, honoring the united states and flag before they play the dolphins on sunday. sunday is also the day we mark the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11 terror attacks. in the newsroom, i'm daniel
>> julie: 7:17. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. slow on the expressway from the braintree split to right around morrissey boulevard. 128 moving along fine though as make way up to the pike. slow spot north of the pike is 93 south starting right after stone am route 16, 60 and into somerville. live drive times, 25 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 43 minutes on 93 south, 31 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear joining us shiri, you're reminding everyone, did i mention it would be hot. >> some people on twitter are loving it, some people are saying bring on fall, please. hottest next couple days. over the weekend it will be highs in the 80s. see how we got all the way down to 75 on monday? sounds a little cool, i know. 75 is actually normal this time of the year in boston. we have a couple early morning showers out there, especially continuing over the north shore, back through lawrence and up
of those sprinkles through norwood and mostly cloudy skies at 74?, might find a couple of damp roadways. i think overall, heat and humidity sums it up. morning clouds, 11:00 a.m. in lawrence 82?. by 1:00 p.m. 86?. there's your 90s at 3:00, at 5:00 today and by 7:00 p.m. with clearing skies we are down to about 85. so hot spots today in the 90s include norwood, boston, bedford, lawrence, portsmouth, new hampshire. keep going on and on. nashua and fitchburg. worcester 86? and we will see a whole string of middle 80s over the cape and islands. clouds thicker down to the south. future cast here through 10:00 a.m. i will keep the chance for widely scattered showers light stuff out there, but by noon time we are drying out, brighten up and for the afternoon brightest skies north and west of boston and travel southward, closer to the lingering front, the clouds will be a little thicker and future cast
slight risk for passing shower here late this afternoon or this evening, down across the southcoast, cape and islands, something that kevin lemanowicz will be monitoring for you here at 4:00 p.m. 8:00 tomorrow morning. i want to fast forward, we have partly cloudy skies, also got close by front. that does mean the slight risk of shower will continue saturday, the morning risk that i'm seeing is mostly south of the pike in the afternoon, north of the pike in particular up across southern new hampshire and western most massachusetts at 5:00 p.m. most of tomorrow dry. can't stress that enough. keep fox25 weather app handy but not enough to rearrange any of the plans tomorrow. sunday on the flip side, this is something we have been talking about all week. front comes through, it brings us rain. current timing of the front has the showers anywhere from late-morning through the early afternoon. it could speed up or slow down a little bit, so we will, of course, bring you any updates
and highs around 80? for saturday, sunday 82 with some showers around but we clear out for next week with morning lows in the 50s, highs in the 70s, plenty of sunshine. more wednesday rain and then nice and cool and crisp with sun back on thursday. back to you. >> gene: 7:21. police track person they say spraying graffiti all over neighborhood mailboxes. coming up at 7:30, how pictures on instagram helped their suspect. their suspect. >> gene: next where drones wi >> gene: next where drones narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results"
>> gene: google will help them learn to package cargo. >> sara: has become so popular the owner of white moose cafe in dublin, ireland, demanding customers that want gluten-free food showing proof they have celiac disease or gluten intolerance. the policy actually might be helpful. they don't know how severe allergies can be.
growing number of gluten-free dieters with no intolerance. i like gluten-free snacks. they are just good. >> gene: i'm happy with either. gluten me up. >> here is record highs today 83 boston, 95 in concord, 91 providence and rhode island we get into a few degrees of record highs. i will break down the warm-up ahead and where you will >> outpouring of support for the family of fallen police officer. coming up at 7:30, how the man's son surprised his mom and joined 5,000 people to honor father's legacy. >> city official trying to figure out what killed several birds in dorchester. testing that's being done today birds in dorchester. testing that's being done today golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's
introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on. america runs on dunkin'. >> gene: taking it slow out there. right now 7:30 in the morning on september 9th. it is 74? already outside. >> and it is going to get a lot warmer and a lot muggier, shiri. >> up around 90 so got a little bit of fog out there. this is nothing dense but
plymouth and falmouth and just a heads up, especially southcoast, cape and islands, you will have fog dealing with the next couple hours and overdone and getting feedback and moist environment and temperatures in the 70s but sky high humidity. we do showers moving and millis getting sprinkle but woburn, haverhill, and clouds 71? and nashua to bedford and leaving the right now. 84 at lunchtime today and already got feels like temperatures hitting 90 by noon and feel like 95 even though it is around 90 because of the humidity later today and julie
>> pretty typical delay as you head from the braintree split up past morrissey boulevard. seeing some new volume on 128 northbound and route 16 heading toward the pike and typically slow spot in the morning commute but not until usually a little bit later in the morning. approaching somerville and tobin bridge jampacked right now. the expressway, 43 minutes on 93 south from andover to the zakim and 29 minutes on 128 north on segment i pointed out between university avenue and the weston tolls. bizarre mystery unfolding in neighborhood. dozens of birds dead in sidewalk and nobody knows why. jessica reyes live in dorchester and whatever is going on, it is
found here sick yesterday and wondering if this has been going on longer than they first thought. boston inspectional services crews were out here this morning. they were checking trees and bushes for any sick or dead birds and commissioner said they found one sick and wobbling and other than that seem to be just fine. 47 birds were found falling out of trees and of those 1 ended up dying. also found yesterday but this morning we spoke to man who said he had perfectly five-year-old cats die suddenly last weekend and if he is wondering if it is related to all of this. >> one of them returned to my house and to basically die on my porch. i thought it curled up but it was dead. with this on the news yesterday,
>> two things city officials are looking into, possibility someone could be leaving food out or the animals got into some sort of pest control poison. caring for the birds that survived and later today they will be doing test on ones that passed away trying to get to the bottom of this and what caused so many of them to die. live in dorchester, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> controversial idea and the union pilot program scrapped and judge will make that decision today. >> judge expected to make the decision by today and that's what everyone is waiting for. court resumes 9:00 and checking in at that point to see what's coming down. commissioner of the boston police department does hope to institute the pilot program come monday and has announced program goes into effect eight of the top cops will be participating
effect on september 2nd. however, that didn't happen because police officers didn't volunteer to be a part of the program. that prompted boston police commissioner william evans to assign 100 officers and largest police union to file a lawsuit to temporarily stop the program saying it violates the contract as both sides await the judge's decision and command staff will show accountability andy instances that it would have been useful. >> it would be nice to have it on camera. >> one volunteered and wore it the start date and announcement came eve on anticipated decision from the judge and not everyone believes it is a significant
that coming up in half hour. for now live in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: police say investigation into a suspicious death in danville, new hampshire, is now being treated as a murder. the body of jo ann busher was found inside a home monday night. neighbors reported seeing her with a man that was known as a violent sex offender but police haven't comment suspect. >> they had to have no conscience at all. to do this a single woman when she is 51, she wouldn't hurt anyone. >> sara: has mat has been at the home. >> ruling by local judge could have a major impact how sex offenders are classified and find out about them. level two sex offenders sued the state registry board and constitutional rights are
court appeal. the judge ruled that public safety cannot trump due process. the level status has been removed until he gets a hearing and that could take years. >> judge got the law wrong. because the judge got the law wrong he got the result wrong and now we have a situation where a dangerous sex offender who has been declared dangerous by a board with experience, lots of experience, is walking free. >> it did not say if it would appeal the decision. >> sara: instagram helps police in boil stan that man allegedly spray-painted mailboxes and stop sign. police say they connected the graffiti to man on instagram. they flagged the pictures because he posted what appeared to be a firearm. later police determined they were just bb guns. he has been charged with vandalism. >> billerica couple showing retirement money into a hole. literally a massive sink hole.
long, 15 feet wide and going to cost eight grand. contractors liability term is up and the city isn't taking any blame even though it issued the permit. >> the attitude has become beware. how can buyer beware something hidden so they have no idea what is going on until after a cavity predict other people in their situation. >> sara: happening today blue ribbon put up as a tribute for law enforcement are coming down. a local wife of law enforcement officer put the blue ribbons up in oil stone and several towns back in august. required permit wasn't requested but verbal okay to keep them up in september but when two residents voiced concerns this
weeks which ends tonight. >> it is just something we are very proud of and storms on the heart a little bit. >> people in roll stone. >> gene: new polling numbers, hillary clinton and donald trump tied in florida. in ohio they are neck in neck with trump one point ahead of both have hick in the lead. this morning libertarian candidates harry johnson is still dealing with fallout of a major foreign policy gap on national television. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo. >> what is aleppo? >> represents worst of the conflict there, shelling, death,
city many believe presidential candidate must be familiar with. johnson chalked up to brain freeze and he is well of the city's performance. >> sara: johnson running mate is also defending the remark. former massachusetts governor bill weld commented on the snafu during a visit to boston yesterday. >> i think probably 85% of the people in the country couldn't, you know, put aleppo on a map. >> johnson says there are things surrounded himself with knowledgeable people, dug into the topicks and made informed decisions. same thing he says a president has to do. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 southbound looking at 25 minute ride from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. >> shiri: bus stop in the
you leave the house because there are some drizzly spots that i still got out there, but the way home from school, for kids out there, it is going to be near 90? at 3:00 p.m., short sleeves absolute must. wear the sandals and get away with it. give you thumbs-up as well, how hot it is going in your town. >> gene: cans of soda used recreate twin towers inside one of the stores. >> sara: shady by heaver and private information to boost numbers and make more money. >> gene: 5,000 people come out to support family of fallen police officer. >> what are you doing this fall? type of guy.
>> shiri: peabody to north reading, lawrence, pepperell and find lighter showers so there will be damp spots on the roads this morning. >> sara: thousands of people pay tribute to auburn officer. game raising money for ron tarantino' emotional game and special guest hiding on the field. >> daniel: special purpose. two rivals coming together for one cost. it was the first game of the season between rivals auburn and lester. a special night of football, top cop game to honor auburn police officer ron tarantino junior killed during a traffic stop in
doing this fall, that type of guy. i'm sure he is up there watching us. >> estimated 5,000 friends and complete strangers bought tickets, wore t-shirts in his memory, all the proceeds benefiting wife and three children. >> they have been so much and they deserve excellent benefit for that. >> the most emotional moment of the night, her son private first class ron tarantino from fort bragg and disguised football player. >> it is hard for me to be so far away and not be able to be here and officers are a big deal. >> daniel: officer tarantino lived in lester and worked there before joining auburn police. since the tragedy both towns have embraced the family.
come together that they care so much about us. >> how much it needs to us and amazing. >> daniel: police officers, firefighters, emt's and school administrators volunteered the services in honor of officer tarantino, all the proceeds from the game will go to his family. in the control room this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sa: hugging son is powerful. >> gene: well done. let's get check of roadways. live drive time traffic for us. >> julie: 95 northbound near mechanic street and right-hand shoulder and few police cars on scene. none of the lanes are blocked, seeing slow volume building
brakes, give enough room and make way by. there's accident in sharon, otherwise 95 just seeing slight volume in canton as you approach 128. shifting slightly north, 128 northbound from route 1 up to about route 135 in needham is slow. here are live drive times, 31 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. 21 minutes on 95 as you head from 495 past the accident site up to 128. 29 minutes in that segment of 128 northbound that i pointed out from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, i love this graphic you posted on facebook. we are beating houston, miami and albuquerque today. >> shiri: 60? average low, average high 75 and today 15? above that so it is going to be closer to 90 today.
front that is sagging through the area. this is not going to be substantial rain, just a little bit of light rain here for the morning commute. more nuisance than anythingels and probably going to last with us to some degree until about 10:00 this morning. best chance across eastern massachusetts. by noon time we are hitting the low and mid-80s. we are also drying out. so what happens this afternoon we turn partly sunny. clouds probably be a little bit thicker over southeastern massachusetts because that front is closer to you, hot, humid, future cast overdoing the rain chances here during the afternoon and all we are going to be watching for as we hit late afternoon and evening is lonely shower. slight chance we will see something popping up here across the south shore, cape and islands, kevin lemanowicz have stormtracker radar here for you starting at 4:00 this afternoon on fox25 news. so deal is during the evening hours, i will give us mostly dry conditions but just keep in mind
get the humidity out of the air, so 92 today in norwood, 90 boston and ipswich, 92 in lawrence, more lower 90 in manchester, down to fitchburg, 86 in worcester today and we got middle 80s over the cape, but the humidity is not truly going to drop until probably this evening and into the weekend. a little more comfortable over the weekend, 70s in beverly and boston and plymouth and cape tomorrow with increasing clouds and temperature closer to 80 in tomorrow. see a lot of 80s, lower 80s
there's wiggle room and it could come sooner and still working to fine-tune that. anyhow we have sunshine here monday tuesday with highs in the 70s. it is going to be comfortable, more wednesday rain and back behind that you will wake to 40s and high of 69. it will feel like fall in the end of the week. >> sara: parents are worried it will send people the wrong message. adult sex shop opening up to a chuck e. cheese.
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company to fall behind, too many can decrease profits. >> talented young girl from queens, new york, sharing the way she overcame bullying. she started her own fashion line after dealing with bullying over here weight. her company called chubby line makes clothes for men, women and children and toddler to 26. she says her family gave her the passion for design. >> i got into fashion design when i was five because i was >> i would help her sell other people's stuff. >> now she also started an anti-bullying group called bully chasers that received numerous awards off to california today to show case the design at fashion show. talented young kid right there. >> sara: so proud of her. bad situation so incredibly wonderful. >> gene: she has a knack. >> sara: she does and beautiful clothes. >> gene: 7:56.
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feels like summer. it is going to be hot and humid today. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center muggy start to this one. >> humidity is first thing that's going to hit >> shiri: andover to dunstable and pelham, new hampshire to merrimack, new hampshire as well. a little bit of nuisance and haven't been that big of deal. temperatures in the 70s now and 70s muggy, a little bit damp, foggy situation.
don't know call improvements with temperatures and noon time 81 in boston and 87 at 2:00 p.m. and partly sunny skies later today, breaking down the hot spots coming up. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic this morning starting north of the pike. >> things a little bit slow on 93 south on route 16 and route 60, shiri in medford as you approach somerville. route 1 starting to see that volume increase and expressway rarely do we see relief and manifest in the bumper-to-bumper gridlock right now. live drive times, 39 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 34 minutes on the expressway. 40 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge. back to you. >> three massachusetts state troopers are under investigation and suspended without pay. story that we broke last night
assigned to the state police armor section which handles the selection control and operational readiness of all lethal and nonlethal weapons. spokesperson tells us transfer to state authorized vendor. three department members have been suspended without pay indefinitely as the investigation proceeds. we have also learned that the state attorney general will review the findings of the investigation to decide on any criminal charges. >> happening today a decide whether or not boston police officers will start their body camera pilot program. this has been a controversial idea and originally officer not volunteered. fox25 live in boston and, catherine, high ranking people in the apartment have stepped up to the plate. >> first we need to find out and when it will go forward waiting to find out at this time.
now and we will be checking in to see if the judge has made a decision. commissioner did hope to put the program into effect come monday and has announced eight top cops in the city would be participating. >> i think it shows the accountability and transparency we want to send. allowing on the street. >> eve of court decision in legal battle over police body cameras. william evans made announcement hopes will set an example. chief and seven other members of the command staff will wear b announcement hasn't ended controversy surrounding the issue. >> first was cute, that's great, i'm glad they are doing that now. two months after the agreements with made. >> issue of body cameras for the city's officers has been a heated one. 6-month pilot program was slated to start on september 2nd with officers who volunteered to wear the cameras. but when no one stepped forward, consultant assigned cameras to 100 officers. city's largest police union filed a lawsuit two weeks ago saying the move violated their
upon learning the forces command staff would wear the camera, union president plotted the move believing the commissioner and staff have made a positive move forward with display of leadership why doing what they have done in body cameras and others meeting announcement with caution optimism and camera action team organizer waiting to see how the reality will play out. >> i'm very happy they made the decision but at the end of the day the commune is bit tired of symbolism. >> catherine: having the body cameras would be useful and would have been useful even earlier this week. so we will tell you more about that coming up in half hour and who among the command staff said he volunteered to wear the cameras weeks ago. all of that coming up in half hour. live in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: police are investigating a shooting in worcester. this was the scene on west boylston street around 1:30 this
hours earlier but as you could see, still a lot of police activity. the telegram reports that gun fire hit two men outside of galagger's pub. both taken to the hospital and one with gunshot to the leg and other with unknown injuries. >> gene: fall around the corner and her dryest around record and forced to take drastic measures to reserve the water supply. live in worcester with strict new rules now for city residents restaurants there, michael. >> michael: city leaders say it sits 80% capacity. bear with me for a second.
look and glass looks half empty. when you sit down at a restaurant it is pretty common to find a glass of tap then placed on table. in worcester you will need to ask for it first. >> that's ridiculous. that's crazy. >> michael: second largest city declared a stage three drought and issued new restrictions and no watering of lawns except for with water and fire department and training involving water. you can't wash your cars at home and no water will be served in restaurants unless the customer asks. the water levels are so low city leaders stood in one of worcester's reservoir.
speeds forward into the store and driver hit the gas and instead of the brake and clerk taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. >> race for 1st place center stage tonight in toronto. red sox face the blue jays and easily biggest both teams and lead game one game in the division. two days until kickoff season opener big issue now rob gronkowski. >> practice and week-to-week and
>> one person won't be there. quarterback tom brady sitting at first of four game suspension deflategate and get the start in arizona and this is the first start of his nfl 10:00 this morning upper 70s. the breaks in the clouds are going to be developing by late this morning, but humidity doing nothing to improve today staying oppressive by overnight tonight and weekend though sticky but feeling a little bit better. >> dozens of birds like this one are falling from trees and dying
how much you will have to shell out to rent the home from full house. >> sara: national anthem protest now becoming a thing and entire nfl team may join him. coming up the pregame demonstration and heading back to school. and thanks
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>> shiri: static around the radar site but acushnet and carver light rain and across the mass, new hampshire and haverhill, ipswich and down into gloucester. >> sara: developing news out of north korea where the country says they have tested a warhead. 5.3 magnitude quake was detected this morning, same location as four other nuclear tests. if it is found it would be the country's fifth test overall. the u.s. and japan are sending military jets to take air
events. >> gene: couple passing out in car with four-year-old boy in back seat. officer started watching it after weaving through traffic and almost hit a school bus before coming to a stop and man and woman were revived using narcan. the boy in back seat has been placed in protective services. >> sara: wal-mart called out this display of coca-cola meant to resemble the twin towers under a tower reading we never forget. customers took to social media to complain about the display saying companies should not try to make money off the anniversary. >> sara: adult sex store plans to open up near a chuck e. cheese and what kind of message
caters to kids. there isn't much they can do about it because they are not violating codes. >> gene: football season started by a star spangled scandal potentially creating headaches with the nfl. it all started with colin kaepernick who refused to stand during the national anthem. peaceful protest during racial inequality and hearing a entire team planning a protest the first game going up on sunday. fox25 daniel miller joins us with the look at growing backlash. >> daniel: picking up steam brandon marshall took a knee during the national anthem, former university of nevada teammate of 49ers colin kaepernick. he made headlines when was standing during the team's final preseason game. he said after the game that he is not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and
megan rapno took knee during national anthem. all the protests sparking one local lawmaker from lowell to push for change. >> going it field to display with, in my opinion stay in locker room and i'm speaking early i'm an elected official but i'm speaking from my heart. >> daniel: nfl wrote back saying they would discuss the performance of respect with the teams. and monday night when the 49ers play the rams. won't be alone this weekend. according to the seattle times the seahawks are planning a pregame demonstration of unity,
sunday also the day mark the fifteenth anniversary of the terror attacks. >> julie: north of the pike 128 southbound through lexington and heavy, stead south starting in medford and going down to somerville. here are live drive times, 44 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. pretty average typical 34 minute ride on the expressway. 47 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, forecasting the best chance of rain for this morning and then we will have to wait until sunday. >> we will wait until sunday. we have rain showers over the next couple days, heat and humidity also a big story today.
degree heat in boston for the summer. so far we have had 20 of those 90 degree days. we will be real close today. in fact, close to the record high and south eastern massachusetts and few of lighter showers but it remains mostly cloudy here we got to get through the morning clouds. humidity is going to remain high most of the day. 90 in boston, beverly up to portsmouth, new hampshire, lower 90s lawrence over to fitchburg, 86 today in worcester, 88 in plymouth and we got middle 80s cape and islands. the risk for showers is really
little hour-by-hour look. i do see a couple of these spotty sprinkles lasting until 10:00 this morning. noon time at the very latest. front going to be sinking southward. what that means we do turn partly sunny. i think rain chances overdone here with future cast. kevin lemanowicz is going to be watching for that isolated shower for you starting at about 4:00 p.m. but mostly what we are going to deal with are some additional clouds south of boston. so southeastern massachusetts, probably more clouds than sunshine today, but you're still going to brite the day tomorrow. we are going to watch for some on and off clouds basically throughout the day. see how we have another front close by and through the saturday morning hours, best chance for isolated showers going to be south of the pike but in the afternoon it is going to be north of the pike. your best bet of all for getting some kind of measurable substantial rain is going to be on sunday as this front comes
early afternoon. you could see temperatures both days are going to teeter right around the 80 degree mark, so going to go with 80 tomorrow, partly cloudy, slight risk of shower and 82 and then sunshine monday tuesday, highs in the 70, lower humidity. on wednesday we got more rain and back behind that it is going to feel like fall on thursday and even got wake-up temperatures by the end of the week and 40s. back to you. >> sara: police track down the person they say is spyi boxes. coming up at 8:30 how pictures at instagram and police nab the suspect. >> gene: [ clock ticking ]
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studio. >> julie: i bet mary kate and ashley could afford that. check this out, volunteering to feed the homeless when asked the man if he could share a prayer. shook off brand-new air jordan insisting taken and only trying to do what's right. >> gene: grade kid. has it figured out already. that's awesome. >> very generous. >> a little girl baseball game gets big attention online thanks to the first ever taste of cotton candy. three-year-old deet trick loving it at mariners game and caught on jumbotron and shared thousands of times on twitter including by mariners themselves
he wanted one thing. >> i didn't have enough. i will need more cotton candy. >> you will need more? >> yeah. >> gene: hard crash after the cotton candy wiped her out and being called cotton candy girl online. i've not an expert. is there good and bad? >> i think fresher >> gene: get it out of the machine as they went up. >> there's a lot of humidity like out in the studio right now or outside, it makes the cotton candy a little damp. >> shiri must know the cotton candy and have that figured out. >> comes in blue and pink. >> blue and pink and turns into rock solid disgusting this, muggy out. 93 the record high in boston, 90 in worcester and 95 in concord, coming within a couple degrees of these records.
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: 8:30 live look at boston. it is a muggy and foggy start as and kids off to school with probably off to school by now. take it slow, my friends. scattered showers will slow down the commute. >> shiri: up at 90 in boston
also across the islands that's where you will be most bugged, most plagued by the fog this morning and sprinkles around looking overdone and radar site over taunton but we do have a couple sprinkles near marion, near plymouth this morning, got a couple more batches of light rain from newbury over to boxford, haverhill, lowell, maynard this morning. worcester dry at 71?. some reports of fog also coming out of worcester and nashua, new hampshire 74 and i think if you're traveling south at all you're going to encounter that damp feel, mist in the air this morning. 84? at noon time, mostly cloudy, look at the heat index because the humidity is high today, it will make it feel like it is 95 here at 3:00 p.m., even though temperature readings are 90
>> julie: massive delays yesterday and slow spots are pretty typical, 93 south near route 60 into somerville and then a little pocket of volume building on 128 south through lexington. expressway slow going from the braintree split past morrissey boulevard and exit 13. freeport street. here are live drive times, 32 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. 41 minutes on 93 south. 28 minutes on 128 northbound back to you. >> bizarre mystery unfolding in boston neighborhood. dozens of birds dead on the sidewalks and no one knows why. fox25 live in dorchester and whatever is going on may also be
>> jessica: as of this morning they don't have an idea is to what's causing this. a bizarre situation in dorchester where more than 40 birds fell from the sky. >> it is frightening. >> gina found two on her front porch. >> there were two birds. they weren't dead yet. they were close to it. you could tell they were suffering. >> 15 of those later died. they also one that eventually had to be put down thursday. >> didn't have any problems with cats outside. >> also had two perfectly five-year-old cats suddenly die last weekend and can't wonder whatever killed the animals yesterday killed his. >> made me wonder and on the news yesterday. just too quince dental.
trying to figure this out. >> i don't want to think that somebody is doing this intentionally. >> the animal rescue league caring for the birds that survived and what killed the others, everyone here anxious for answers. >> i would like to know what's causing it. something i'm breathing, something the children are breathing? >> jessica: the test results we understand, they won't be back until monday or tuesday but until they know everyone in this neighborhood either keep your pets inside or on a leash. live in dorchester, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: several top cop volunteered to wear the camera. catherine parrotta live outside suffolk superior court today where the judge is expected to make a decision on all of this. catherine, good morning. >> catherine: good morning.
in there 9:00 and decision has come down yet. the commissioner did hope to institute this program coming monday and he does say if this program goes into effect, eight of his command staff have volunteered to participate in this program. the original date for this program to take effect september september -- second and that prompted boston polic largest police union filed a lawsuit in response to temporarily stop the program saying it violates their contract as both sides await the judge's decision, commissioner evans says having the command staff wear the cameras will show accountability. he says there are instances when having cameras would have been useful like earlier this week. >> very heated and broke window on us, it would have been nice
>> catherine: superintendent volunteered weeks ago and wore camera to city council meeting last month when commissioner evans announced the start date of the program. i will be checking in about half hour or so and meantime union has responded to the commissioner's announcement top cops wearing the body cameras and not everybody thinks it is a significant step and live here in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: neighbors reported seeing joanne busher with a violent sex offender and not commented if he was a suspect. fox25 talked to neighbors who said busher kept to herself. >> i think they had to have no conscience at all. i mean to do this to a single
>> sara: district attorney's office has not released the cause of death. sara: instagram helps police in boylstonrity -- arrest a man for allegedly spray painting. police determined he had bb guns and charged with vandalism. a hole, literally a massive sinkhole and driver way growing bigger everyday, more than 30 feet long, 15 feet wide and cost $8,000 to repair. they say the problem comes from the original contractor who laid the foundation on trash and tree stumps 40 years ago and the contractor liability term is up and city isn't taking any blame, even though they issued the permit. >> attitude has become buyer beware. how can a buyer beware when
that they have no idea what is going on until after a cavity opens up. >> gene: couple wants new law to protect other people in their situation. >> sara: blue ribbon put up as tribute to law enforcement and local wife of law enforcement officer put ribbons up in august. there was a verbal ak to keep them up through the voiced concerns this week, the board of selectmen voted to grant a retroactive permit for two weeks which ends tonight. >> something very proud of and stumps on the heart a little bit. >> people already lining up to show support by hanging ribbons on private property. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten
times make way northbound 32 minutes from the braintree split up to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: right now we are at 76? in boston. we got dew point temperatures though in the lower 70s. so that faces us with oppressive humidity. today we do find a little bit of relief overnight and into the weekend and still going to be stick and he break down the weekend rain chances next. >> three state troopers off the job and under investigation. coming up at 9:00, what they are acse that could bring criminal charges. >> gene: sound like the plot of armageddon, rocket that nasa just launched to astroid and long time it is going to take to get there. >> sara: plus 5,000 people come out to support family of fallen officer. brig surprise for the officer's
what's trending right now on fox25boston.com. >> michelle: program in ashland to inspire fire service. >> weeklong program run for five days monday through friday 1 week out of the summer. i created -- tried to create a teach young women all about the fire service and ems service. teach about fire signs and move right into the fire extinguishers, so we actually have a little fire that we ignite and actually have an opportunity to put the fire out using the fire extinguishers. really hands on at this camp and do everything hands on and tell us what it is and kind of jump into it. bring out the fire engine and show them how to set it up and
hydrant and understand the concept. one of the goals is to encourage these young women and show them there's absolutely nothing they cannot do. i have been coming to the program now for three years. i had definitely recommend camp to girls because it gives you the opportunity to try things that you wouldn't try in normal evader day life and brings you out of your comfort zone. but professional example. it golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
>> daniel: special night of football top cop game to honor auburn police officer ron tarantino junior killed during a traffic stop in may. >> what are you to go this for? type of guy but i'm sure he is up there watching us. >> estimated 5,000 friends and complete strangers bought tickets, memory. all the proceeds benefiting wife and three children. >> there have been so much and they deserve excellent benefit for them. >> but the most emotional moment of the night, son private first class ron tarantino third came up from fort bragg and worcester football player before showing up on the field. >> these communities have the biggest hearts. >> it is hard for me to be so
here and support them and big deal. >> >> daniel: since tragedy both have embraced the family. >> care so much about us. >> can't express how much it means to us, it is amazing. of the game and emt and school administrators volunteered the services in honor of officer tarantino and proceeds of the game will go to the family. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: 8:45. special night and day yesterday for the boston bruins. opened up new state-of-the-art training facility. new balance to debut brand-new ice arena in brighton.
room and training and weight room and boston hockey fans deserve this. >> it is nice to be able to be a part of new facility and offer this to the players for years to come. you know, this is such a great hockey community. new england and to be able to see a nice massive bruins logo off the mass pike is pretty cool. >> breaking news open training camp a couple of weeks and public. find more pictures on our website at fox25boston.com. >> julie: 228 in rockland up to the braintree split. as we shift slightly west, 24 and 95 problem free right now. expressway still seeing heavy steady volume and i expect this
in the morning and don't get a lot of relief. ten minutes route 3 from 228 to the split and 12 minutes on 24, 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with more on another hot and humid day ahead. shiri? >> shiri: hot indeed because normally we had see high of 73? today. we are going to see high of 90? and puts us 15? above average. it is going to be a scorcher today and on top of that, of course, we got humidity so got a front that's sogging through the area, that's what spawning and just green and just light stuff out there, a little bit of nuisance showers for you this morning. future cast is probably going to maintain these through 11 or i think noon at the very latest. notice temperatures working way into the lower 80s here at noon time. we are going to need a couple breaks and thin spots in the clouds to get up there. we are warming up warm and end
shower chances overdone here with future cast but starting at 4:00, kevin lemanowicz will be here on fox25 tracking any kind of isolated shower that pops up in the evening. best chance for anything popping up would be southcoast, cape and islands, but even at that a slight risk. so friday night plans i'm counting on 99% of us dry conditions, 85 in boston here at 7:00 p.m., clearest skies north and west of the city and shaping up pretty nicely here during the afternoon. as long as you don't mind the five when considering what the heat index is going to be when you combine the heat and humidity, so lower 90s in boston, ipswich, over to norwood, lawrence, fitchburg, manchester, new hampshire, worcester today 86. 84 in hyannis, 82 on the vineyard. this weekend you will find some 70s at the coastline tomorrow but 80s inland and then we will probably see even more 80s on tap for your sunday. notice bring in stormy icons for
a shower here tomorrow. just keep in mind rain chances aren't zero but they are going to be low. that's probably going to amount to one or two spot showers out there. we have a front that's going to be shifting through the region so that does tend to maintain that risk for at least something developing. best bet in the morning south of the pike, this is the afternoon though and tomorrow afternoon best chance up across southern new hampshire or northern massachusetts. then we get into sunday and it is all about the timing of this front. the timing has slowed down from what it was yesterday so we will have to watch that trend, but it looks like the best bet for showers is going to be here late-morning and early afternoon as shift from west to east. if it -- if it is delayed any more and it end up a little hotter on sunday and comes through in the heat of the afternoon, going to be talking more downpours and even the risk for thunder and lightning and that's the reason to stay on top of this forecast. lower 80s generally speaking
rain. behind that you're going to find more comfortable humidity with wake-up temperatures in the 50s here monday, tuesday. lots of sunshine. highs in the 70s. 75 on wednesday with passing showers and behind that fall is actually going to move into new england. at least the feel of fall because thursday morning i got a low of 49? followed by highs in the 60s but it is looking clear and crisp and gorgeous. back to to go out to dinner? thousands of miles away influencing how places here might serve gluten-free food. >> daniel: days before the anniversary of the september 11th took victims families might be getting new
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speeding toward a giant astroid but not to blow it up. not a movie. space agency wants to grab a piece of the rock which is signs of the eiffel tower they say and find out more about the origins of earth. first of kind for nasa and rocket won't reach the astroid for seven years. >> space x taking a lead on investigation into what caused one of the rockets to explode on launch pad operation all put the explosion outside of federal review and into a new category of company led probes. nasa faa and air force will all assist in that investigation. >> 49ers fans will be able to order foods and drinks right to the parking lot and hour and
and drinks. currently the service is only available to amazon prime members. >> sara: chipolte partnering with google to test out drone delivery. students and employees will be able to order chipolte on campus and food will be made on truck at the school and delivered to the customer. google says it will help them learn how to better package cargo when using drones for delivery. sara: has become so popular irish restaurant wants people to bring doctor's note. they are demanding gluten-free food for gluten intolerance. the policy actually might be helpful and say restaurants often don't know how severe allergies to gluten can be and kitchens might not think of cross contamination when preparing food. this comes days after a study
with no intolerance. >> gene: you like gluten-free? >> sara: have you ever had gluten-free pizza? >> gene: now you have to get a note. >> major water restrictions in one local city. coming up next live in worcester where the city is cracking down how people in businesses are using their tap water. >> risk of saturday shower, much better bet he will get rain. future cast to time out the showers
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end. >> michael: if you enjoy a glass of tap water when sit down at restaurant, get ready to start having to ask for it first. that and other restrictions the drought is causing and massachusetts second largest city. >> daniel: banned from luggage. what was prompted warning. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good friday morning, everyone. 9:00 on september 9th. i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: this is not a good hair day and i'm not speaking from experience. stormtracker weather center this morning, brace yourselves for extreme humidity and if you have